COLOR ME KUBRICK: A TRUE...ISH STORY - at the Cinematheque

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Mon, 03/26/2007 - 23:54.
03/30/2007 - 21:40
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A film not to be missed by Stanley Kubrick fans: COLOR ME KUBRICK: A TRUE...ISH STORY (Britain/France, 2005, Brian W. Cook) This amusing new movie tells the incredible true story of Alan Conway, a small-time British con man who passed himself off as the famously reclusive filmmaker in 1990s London. As played by John Malkovich, Conway is a gay man of many accents and an eyebrow-raising wardrobe who scored lots of drinks, dinners, cash, and companions with his extended ruse. The movie's witty allusions to Clockwork Orange and 2001 are attributable to the fact that both the writer and the director worked for Kubrick for many years. "A sly, enormously entertaining romp." -Variety. Cleveland theatrical premiere. 35mm. 86 min. www.magpictures.com

Also plays Saturday March 31, at 7:25 pm

Location

CIA Cinematheque, Aitken Auditorium
11141 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH
United States
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